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    How do you "change" paths?

    My webhost is using Python 2.4

    Suppose I have the following directories:
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    public_html/subdomain_1/main.py
    public_html/subdomain_2/module_1.py
    public_html/subdomain_2/module_2.py
    And I go to subdomain_1.mysite.com/main.py

    How do I make it so that in main.py, all imports are treated as if it was in directory public_html/subdomain_2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apothem View Post
    My webhost is using Python 2.4

    Suppose I have the following directories:
    Code:
    public_html/subdomain_1/main.py
    public_html/subdomain_2/module_1.py
    public_html/subdomain_2/module_2.py
    And I go to subdomain_1.mysite.com/main.py

    How do I make it so that in main.py, all imports are treated as if it was in directory public_html/subdomain_2?
    example take from here http://docs.python.org/release/2.6.6...andard-modules
    Code:
    import sys
    sys.path.append('/ufs/guido/lib/python')
    best regards

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    Well, I did not think that was the function because it had that word "append" in it.

    Does it work as such:
    sys.path.append('../subdomain_2')?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apothem View Post
    Well, I did not think that was the function because it had that word "append" in it.

    Does it work as such:
    sys.path.append('../subdomain_2')?
    yes, it work. You even didn't try to test it and is a single line of code. I'm sorry but this was my last attempt to help you.

    Good luck and best regards

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